Community Involvement

We Are Community.

For over 85+ years we've supported the Muncie-Delaware County community. Your success is our success - and we're proud to play a small role in making our community a better place to play, work, and live. As we expand to Madison, Hamilton, Henry, and Hancock Counties our pledge remains the same - to provide financial advantage to our members and to support the communities in which we serve.

It's not just our privilege, but also our duty to be there for Delaware County and its citizens.



Muncie Civic Theatre was founded in 1931 and  is one of the oldest civic theatres in the state and is located in one of the oldest theaters in the country. 

They are now in their 90th Season providing East Central Indiana with a variety of high-quality entertainment and events performed by community members for the community.

Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana was founded in 1983 and we haven’t stopped fighting hunger since. As a non-profit organization, funded by philanthropic and community support, they’re devoted to feeding the hungry, advocating for those facing food insecurity, and providing nutrition education.

Muncie Mission Ministries has brought hope and healing to neighbors in desperate need for more than 90 years. Their purpose is to provide compassionate relief leading to life transformation. Their programs and services are designed to lift guests from lives marked by chaos and suffering to a more flourishing and sustainable future.

TeenWorks empowers teens to discover a new level of self-confidence, recognize that achieving professional success is within their reach, and build their resources to make it happen.

Altrusa of Muncie, Inc, is an international association of professional persons who volunteer their energies and expertise in projects dedicated to community betterment.

The mission of the Juneteenth Muncie Committee is to promote awareness and appreciation of African American history and life in order to build more inclusive communities today.

Since 1894, the Chamber has been an integral part of Muncie and Delaware County because of their strategic business building plans and services. They strive to be a source of innovative business development for our community by engaging large, medium and small business in countless industries. The Chamber builds an extensive Muncie business network through member connections and expansion.

Established on February 14, 2020, the Muncie Delaware County Black Chambers was organized to bring African American business owners and professionals together to create a solid economic structure within Muncie's business community. 

Hillcroft Services, Inc. provides Home, Community and Employment support services to individuals with disabilities in East Central Indiana. Hillcroft is focused on creating a culture of strong values, understanding the importance of ethical behavior, and maintaining high quality services to the people we serve.

Established in 2016, Muncie Animal Care and Services (MACS) is a proud No-Kill animal shelter and animal control department of the City of Muncie, Indiana. Their mission is to provide proper care and find happy homes for stray, abandoned and abused animals in our community. We seek to provide awareness of local laws concerning animals and animal welfare, provide connections to resources, and to reduce the number of stray and abused animals.

Women in Business Unlimited is an organization dedicated to providing networking opportunities for women of Muncie and East Central Indiana.

The goals of WIBU include providing professional development programming, providing resources to community groups interested in women's business issues, and increase the community's awareness of women's contributions in East Central Indiana.